League cricket is credited with erasing boundaries and bringing together foreign players as a team. People like AB de Villiers – Virat Kohli, David Warner – Kane Williamson, Dhoni – Bravo, Rohit Sharma – Kiran Pollard have become good friends because of IPL. The same culture continues in the Women’s Premier League.
Recently, Royal Challengers Bangalore women’s team organized Holi celebrations. RCB, who lost badly in the first two matches, used the Holi festival to bring the team out of that mood.
Indian cricketers as well as Australian cricketers also participated in this Holi festival. Alyssa Perry and Heather Knight posted pictures of themselves in Holi colors on social media and wished their fans…
But negative comments are coming on these photos. RCB players are celebrating so happily even after losing two matches? They are making comments that they do not feel any pain that the team has lost.
Others should sit and cry after losing two matches? Shouldn’t festivals be celebrated too? They are supporting them.
Women’s Royal Challengers Bangalore lost the first match at the hands of Delhi Capitals, followed by a 9-wicket defeat against Mumbai Indians in the second match.
Women’s Royal Challengers Bangalore will face Gujarat Giants on Wednesday, March 8 as part of the Women’s Premier League…